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wilderness area, but the owners of the oyster farm tell me they do not want to see their farm collapse without a fight. >> in rain and blowing wind, workers cleaned the docks at drake bay oyster farm. 30 employees might lose their job if the company is forced to close. today long-time customers came for a final taste of tradition. >> i think it's terrible. i thought it was a really bad decision to cse the oyster farm. it's been here for a long long time and tradition. >> the owners say they want to stay on this federal parkland so they're taking the u.s. government to court. >> this is washington dc who ignored the will of the people around the bay area. >> kevin got a call from u.s. interior secretary ken salazar last week. the secretary had toured the farm but decided to let the 40-year lease expire on november 30th. the national park service bought the land in 1972. salazar now wants to move ahead with plans kongs laid out then to potentially make it a marine wilderness area, the only one on the west coast outside alaska. >> there are environmental consequences. no doubt if a boat g
responded to a minor car accident near the wilder road exit. the cars were on the shoulder and officials say the firefighters followed procedure for parking engines on freeways. >> we have a procedure that requires them to park at an angle to protect the scene >> fire officials say ideally they would have had a second engine blocking the lane a few hundred feet away for protection but with so many 911 calls the next closest engine responded to about emergency. >> we were extremely busy yesterday and didn't have two firefighters allocated to this particular emergency. if we had, the outcome may have been different. we're just not sure. >> a car clip the back of the diagonally parked fire struck. momentings later an suv struck the fire truck. >> we are going to evaluate our procedures and take a close look at this incident and try to identify areas that we can improve upon. >> the three firefighters are at the hospital rain expected to make full recoveries. a fourth person, the driver of one of the cars involved in the accident is in intensive care. the california highway patrol is investigati
with nowhere to go. they were getting themselves ready to spend the night out in the wilderness. they do have cell phones with them. at this point they have not been able to connect until somehow they were able to make a phone call. believe it or not, a helicopter came to rescue them. >> to tell us more about the ordeal via skype "right this minute" we have ryan and lee ann. >> how come you guys got lost. >> we took what we not was a trail and ended in a canyon. >> we decided to hid down another canyon. that's where we came to an impasse, 200 foot drop. >> hills climbing were falling apart. it wasn't safe for us to keep moving forward. >> i've got to imagine you guys were getting pretty tired throughout this whole thing. did you have any food on you? >> fruit snacks and water. we had a little beef jerky with us. >> we had supplies. >> the funny thing was, we were prepared. we had ropes, food and water. the only thing i think we missed having was a little gps. we always kind of prepare for the worst but i guess not the absolute worst. >> how were you finally able to make a call and get a call
on wilder road this morning when his car became partially submerged in the flooded road. he says he office that road because he was trying to avoid an accident on highway 24. he was stuck in his car for awhile before climbing out through the driver's side window. >> it was raining so hard i could not tell it was flooded. and we drove in there and my car died and realized i am if a foot and a half of water. don't under estimate puddles. >>> sierra ski resort operators are thrilled with the results of the last few storms, as much as three feet of new water fell. the snow filed up in drifts that made driving a little chick tricky. no fell this morning and then again this afternoon. >> as of this morning we were reporting 33 inches, our base, 6400. so, we got it good up there. then, like i said, the system moving in today. i would not be surprised another foot up this. >> it was slow going for big rigs, passing through the truck scales. the roads were slick. as you can see, snow on the side of the highway. the caltrans web site is reporting no chain restrictions at this time. >>> well, that st
. and three other firefighters are improving. they responded to a call, and was parked near the wilder road exit. then an suv lost control in the rain, hit the fire engine, and three firefighters along with the driver standing alongside the highway. now, the fire district is taking another look at its policies. >> we're extremely busy yesterday, and we didn't have two fire engines allocate to this particular emergency. in we would have, the outcome may have been different. we're just not sure. >> tonight, the three firefighters are recovering from various injuries. one suffered a significant concussion. the could others suffered serious leg and foot injuries. >>> several players from the san francisco 49ers had the role of santa's helper today. the players helped make some dreams come true at a san francisco target store. they teamed up with children and took them on a shopping spree. this event was organized by ehc life builders. which provides services for needy families. >>> mark is here now to talk about sports. the golden state warriors, man, they're off to a pretty good start. >> so m
make it a marine wilderness area. the only one on the west coast outside alaska. lonnie filed a lawsuit asking the district court of northern california to set aside an hold unlawful secretary salazar's november decision. the lawsuit also requests the park service grant them a 10 year special use permit. >> we have eight or 10 million oysters out there at different stages of development. if we have to shut our doors in 90 days, all that food has to be destroyed. >> the drake's bay oyster company produces about 40% of california's oysters so the outcome of this lawsuit could affect the price of oysters at the market or the table. >>> a strict new smoking ban is set to go into effect in petaluma next august. it will ban smoking in hotels and motels and public units. no smoking will be allowed in most public outdoor areas. the petaluma city council passed the ban unanimously last night. some realtors objected saying it would discourage smokers from buying condos in the city. >>> the fate of several the áf fire stations remain in limbo tonight. fired district officials say the closures of
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